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PDF Design Type Resistance (at 25 °C) (kOhm) Tolerance (%)
Glass-encapsulated sensors G1550 2 - 230 ±2, ±3
Glass-encapsulated sensors G1560 2 - 230 ±2, ±3
Glass-encapsulated sensors G1540 5 - 100 ±2, ±3
Glass-encapsulated sensors with insulation G1541 5 - 100 ±2, ±3
Glass-encapsulated sensors with insulation G1551 2 - 230 ±2, ±3
Glass-encapsulated sensors with insulation G1561 2 - 230 ±2, ±3
Leaded NTC thermistors, lead spacing 2.5 mm S891 2.2 - 100 ±1 - ±5
Leaded NTC thermistors, lead spacing 2.5 mm M891 1 - 470 ±5, ±10
Leaded NTC thermistors, lead spacing 2.5 mm S871 2.1 - 30 ±1 - ±5
Leaded NTC thermistors, lead spacing 2.5 mm S881 2.1 - 30 ±1 - ±5
Leaded NTC thermistors, lead spacing 5 mm K164 0.022 - 470 ±5, ±10
Leaded NTC thermistors, lead spacing 5 mm S885 2.1 - 30 ±1 - ±5
Leaded NTC thermistors, lead spacing 5 mm S875 2.1 - 30 ±1 - ±5
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Leadless NTCs L860 5.2 ±7.4
Leadless NTCs S860 10 - 85 ±5
Leadless NTCs K350 0.99 ±5
Leadless NTCs M820 0.056 - 1.014 ±5
Leadless NTCs K220 2.057 ±5
Leadless NTCs K1150 2.394 ±5
Miniature sensors with bendable wires S869 3 - 30 ---
Miniature sensors with bendable wires S864 2 - 5 ±1, ±3
Miniature sensors with bendable wires S867 2 - 50 ±1 - ±5
Miniature sensors with bendable wires S863 3 - 30 ---
Miniature sensors with bendable wires S861 2 - 100 ±1 - ±5

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